Emails between Army Officers re: Units to Receiving Prisoner of War and Detainee Operations Training

These emails between Army Officers details which Military Police Units received Law of War, Prisoner of War and Detainee operations training along with the training documents contained in their training.

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Tuesday, February 3, 2004
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Tuesday, February 14, 2006
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FT CARSON MP, TASK CONDUCT TASK PERFORM 220 mp ENCL 1.doc 220 MP validation 220MP brief.ppt Validation

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Original Message
From: 5AEOCTNG [mailto:5AEOCTNG@fifth.army.mil]
Sent: uary 03, 2004 1:12 PM
To: - MAJ G3
Cc:

CTNG; AEOC
Subject: FW: VCSA Tasker - Detainee Abuse

MAJW
e have queried our divisions and the best information from OIF 1 is
below.
2/91:

FT CARSON MP, EWP FOR OIF.pdf «TASK CONDUCT COLLECTING PT
» AND HOLDING AREA OPS.pdf » «TASK PERFORM FIELD PROCESSING OF
» ENEMY PRISONERS OF WAR.pdf «220 mp ENCL 1.doc » «220
» MP validation memo.doc «220MP brief.ppt

• 2/75
Validation Recommendation.doc

MAJ
Fift Army EOC G3-Training Desk Officer
DSN: 471-411111"; Commercial (210Y-221-41M,

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARIVIY
2ND BRIGADE, 91ST DIVISION (TS)
1681 SPECKER AVE, BUR.DING 1011
FORT CARSON, CO 80913

AFKR-TCA-TSA-PR 30 January 2004
MEMORANDUM FOR RECORD
SUBJECT: FT Carson Military Police (MP) Enemy Prisoner of War (EPW) Training for
OPERATION 'RAO) FREEDOM (01F)
1, The following MP units mobilized through Fort Carson for 01F:
a.
220 MP Co (Combat Support), Colorado National Guard

b.
438 MP Det (Law and Order), 96 Regional Readiness Command (RRC)

c.
396 MP Det (Law and Orcfer), 96 RRC

d.
235 MP Co (Guard), South Dakota National Guard

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2, Of the units listed above, only the 220 MP Co received EPVV: training while mobiiizing at Fort Carson, EPW operations are Mt in the METL of the Law and Order detachments, and 235 MP Co mobilized to augment the 759 MP Bn (FT Carsonis active duty MP battalion) for post security and traffic enforceMent. 235 MP Co did not deploy overseas for 01F,
3.
The EPW training conducted consisted of two tasks: 1) Conduct Collecting Point and Holding Area Operations (MTP # 19-313-10, Task # 19-2-31003) and 2) Perform Field Processing of EPWs (MTP # 19-313-10, Task # 19-2-31004). Specifically, training included a 2 hour block of classroom instruction on each task followed by a 1 hour block of practical exercise. Training for these tasks culminated during the conduct of an FTX from 10-13 February 2003. The unit received a "T" rating from the OC/Ts running the exercise in both tasks. However, the Company Commander rated his unit a "P" in these tasks upon completion of his post-mobilization training.

4.
Furthermore, LTC'1,101.2/916` TSB Deputy Commander, contacted the 220 MP Company Commander n theater via email and was told the unit was never assigned missions to conduct EPW operations.

5.
POC for this memorandum is LTC 719-52

3 ends
1.
220 MP Training Validation memorandum

2.
Evaluated Tasks list

3.
220 MP FTX Overview Brief

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ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP •
;ELEMENTS: MP Pfatoon/Squad
Platoon HQ

TASK: Conduct Collecting Point and Holding Area Operations (19-3-31003)
(FM 19-4)

ITERATION; 1 2 3 4 5 M (Circle)
COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: T P U (Circle)
CONDMONS: An MP platoon has been tasked to establish and operate a collecting point or holding area. Some Iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP4.
TASK STA.NDARDS: The platoon establishes a central collecting point or a holding area. It correctly
rocesses EPW/C1s, dislocated civilians, and/or US military prisoners. It also maintains complete
countability of all personnel,

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TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
* 1. Platoon leader initiates troo ¦ -leadin. irocedures Ilion receist of mission.
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* 2. Platoon sergeant coordinates support retuirements.
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3. Platoon prepares for the construction of the collecting point or holding area.
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ARTEP 19-313-10-MTP
TASK STEPS AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES

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5. Squads/teams process arrivals into the collecting point or holding area IAW
following procedures


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TASK STEPS AND PERFORNIANCE MEASURES GO NO-GO
6, Seuads/teams fuer. 1-•Ilectin• toint or holding area.
* 7. Platoon leader u dates hi her head uarters on status of the mission.
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TASK PERFORMANCE I EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK ITERATION I 2 3 4 S NI TOTAL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS "GO"/"NO-GO"
"*" indicates a leader task step.
SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
References Task Number Task Title
191-379-4450 SUPERVISE HANDLING OF ENEMY PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT AT UNIT LEVEL
STP 19-95B1-rev-SM 191-376-4108 OPERATE A DISMOUNT POINT 191-376-5116 PERFORM A STAND-UP SEARCH OR A
FRJSK (PAT-DOWN) 191-376-5117 PERFORM A PRONE SEARCH 191-376-5119 PERFORM A WALL SEARCH
STP 19-95B24-SM-TG 191-377-4205 SUPERVISE PROCESSING OF EPVV/CI AT A COLLECTING POINT OR HOLDING AREA STP 21-24-SMCT 081-831-0101 REQUEST MEDICAL EVACUATION
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ARTEP 19-313-10'4/T.01::
-ELEMENTS: MP Platoon/Squad Platoon HQ
TASK: Perforrn Field Precessing of Enemy Prisoners of War (19-3-31004) (FM 19-4)
ITERATION: 1 2 5 (Circle)

COMMANDER/LEADER ASSESSMENT: P U (Circle)
CONDITIONS: The platoop must process all enemy soldiers who have surrendered or have been captured within its area of operation, This task should not be trained in tvlOPP4,
TASK STANDARDS: The platoon searches, tags, segregates, silences, speeds, and safeguards each EPW.
*
1. Platoon leader plans fer the processing mission using mission analysis and troo -leadi

*
2. Platoon sergeant coordinates ;for Su ort re Uirements.

3. Platoon members field-process the EPWs.
ARTEP 19-313-10-UM

TASK PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SUMMARY BLOCK ITERATION 5 Tp.T.AL
TOTAL TASK STEPS EVALUATED
TOTAL TASK STEPS "GO"
TRAINING STATUS 'GOTNO-GO"


indicates a 'leader task step.

SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL TASKS
References Task Number Task Title STP 21-1-SMCT 301-348-1050 REPORT INFORMATION OF POTENTIAL INTELLIGENCE VALUE
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STP 21 -24-SMCT 081-831,0101 REQUESTMEDICAL EVACUATION
191-379-4450 SUPERVISE HANDLING OF ENEMY :‘ „ -PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT AT UNIT • LEVEL
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OPFOR TASKS AND STANDARDS
NONE:
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220 Military Police Battalion TECHNICAL/COLLECTIVE TRAINING
TASK REF ASSESSMENT
TCP 19-3-12002 T
TEMP RTE SIGN 19-3-12003 T
RTE R&S 19-3-11002 T
EPW COLLECTING POINT/ 19-3-31003 T
HOLDING AREA
OPERATE FIELD DETENTION 19-3-32003
FACILITY
PREP FOR CHEM ATTACK 3-3-C202
RESPONSE FORCE OPS 19-3-22001
CONVOY SECURITY 19-3-20004
CORDON AND SEARCH 19-3-22006
CRITICAL SITE SECURITY 19-3-22004
AREA RECON 19-3-20002
ZONE RECON 19-3-20003
BASE/BASE CLUSTER DEFENSE 19-3-22002
CONDUCT INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS 19-3-52001
CROSS CHEM CONTAMINATED AREA 3-3C226
FIELD PROCESS EPW'S 19-3-31004
TREAT CASUALTIES 8-3-0003
TRANSPORT CASUALTIES 8-3-C316

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
3rd Battalion, 360th Regiment (TS) (CS/CSS)
108 Soldiers Circle, Fort Douglas
Salt Lake City, UT 84113-5030

+REPLY TO
ATTENTION OF:

AFRC-ECA-EB 18 Feb 2003
MEMORANDUM FOR Commander, 2nd Brigade, 91st Division (TS), Fort Carson, CO 80913
SUBJECT: 220 Military Police Company Post-Mobilization Training Summary.
1.
I certify 220 Military Co has completed required post-mobilization training on 18 February 2003 and is prepared to deploy in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM.

2.
220 MP Co, Colorado Army National Guard, is a military police unit. The 220 MP Co was alerted for mobilization on 10 January 2003, conducted home station preparations from 13-23 January in Denver, Colorado, and deployed to Fort Carson, CO for post mobilization training from 24 January-18 February 2003.

3.
The 220 MP Co successfully conducted 114 of 114 M-16, 120 of 123 M-9, 37 of 37 M-203, 66 of 66 MK-19, and 27 of 27 M249 qualifications, and critical NBC tasks during the post-mobilization training period. The 3 M-9 non qualifications were due to ammunition shortages and will be made up OCONUS.

4.
The 220 MP Co is a mission capable unit. Following is a list of trained tasks, strengths, weaknesses, and CDR's Assessment.

TASK 4a. Conduct a TCP 4b. Temp RTE Sign 4c. EPW Collect / Hold 4d. RTE R&S 4e. Operate Field Det FAC 4f. Prep for a Chem Attack 4g. Response Force Ops 4h. Convoy Security 4i. Cordon and Search 4j. Critical Site Sec 4k. Area Recon
41. Zone Recon 4m. Base Cluster Defense 4n. Conduct Intel Ops 4o. Cross chem. Cont area 4p. Field Proc EPW REF
19-3-12002
19-3-12003
19-3-31003
19-3-11002
19-3-32003 3-3C202
19-3-22001
19-3-20004
19-3-22006
19-3-22004
19-3-20002
19-3-20003 19-3-22002 19-3-52001 3-3C226 19-3-31004
ASSESSMENT
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AFRC-ECA-EB-TM VIII
SUBJECT: Trip Report
4q.Treat Casualties 8-3-0003
4r. Transport Casualties 8-3-C316
4a, d, h. The 220th is proficient in conducting Traffic Control Points (TCPs), route reconnaissance and surveillance, and convoy security after conducting multiple iterations of these tasks during the collective training phase at mob station. Planning and execution of these missions are this unit's strong points. These tasks are executed well from platoon down to squad level.
4k & 1. Each platoon is well versed in conducting Area and Zone Recons. The unit conducts mounted sweeps well and they are exceptionally strong at conducting dismounted sweeps. Overall, control and execution of movement techniques are outstanding.
4m, o. The 220th is capable of conducting the Base / Base cluster defense and the crossing of a chemically contaminated area. Where the unit falls short is the coordination of the unit defense plan (within an overall base cluster defense plan) and unmasking procedures at the platoon and squad levels. Each platoon should take some time to conduct some opportunity training in these tasks. Overall the unit is capable of accomplishing these missions.
5.
The 220th MP CO has outlined that the following tasks will occur OCONUS for sustainment training Platoon and Squad level planning and execution of Cordon and Search procedures, Base / Base Cluster Coordination, and Crossing a Chemically Contaminated Area.

6.
Equipment. Currently all unit ERC A shortages are due to FORSCOM shortages. By the unit CDR's assessment only the shortage of 26 of 40 CLS Bags are a concern.

7.
Personnel. Unit is required to have 180 PAX and currently has 150 PAX deployable. If the unit drops below 136 PAX they will become P-3.

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OIC/NCOIC:

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AGENDA
MISSION
CONCEPT OF OPERATION
PLANNING TIMELINE
TASK ORGANIZATION
TRAINING CALENDAR
TASK LIST
CASEVAC PLAN
RISK ASSESSMENT
COMMO PLAN
LOGISTICS (COST)
WORKING ISSUES
QUESTIONS
GUIDANCE

MISSION
,MISSION STATEMENT...To provide .A/LP combat
support to assigned area of operations with special
emphasis in Area Support Operations, Maneuver and
Mobility Support Operations, Force Protection, and
Interment Resettlement Operations.
END STATE: Validated and trained in all collective
tasks which support the 22067 Commander's METL.
CONCEPT OF THE OPERATION
• Company conducted SRP, CIF, mandatory briefings
from 27 JAN 03 to 31 JAN 03.
Company conducted NBC/First Aid from 13 JAN 03 to
19 JAN 03. NBC Chamber conducted 30 JAN 03. 63
pax scheduled for NBC make-up on 18 FEB 03.

Company conducted M16 qualification on Ranges 51, 55, and 57, 27 JAN 03; M9, M249, M203 and M1200 qualification on Range 5, 28 JAN 03; MIC19 qualification on Range 103, 29 and 31 JAN 03. MIC19 malce-up for 12 pax on 14 FEB 03. M9 (25 pax) and M16 (6 pax) malce-up on 15 FEB 03.
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CONCEPT OF THE OPERATION
• Technical training consisting of MP Battle Drills
were conducted on 2 Feb 03.
• Collective Task training consisting of Supervise
Convoy Security, Direct Response Force
Operations, Supervise MP Response to
BaseBase Cluster Defense, Supervise Security
of a Critical Site, Supervise EPW Holding Area,
Prepare for a Chemical Attack/Respond to a
Chemical Attack was conducted 3-9 FEB 03.

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ALERT DATE: 10 JAN 03 MOB DATE: 16 JAN 03
TSUI raini,, HOME STATION DATES: I 1-23 JAN 03 It—cp thaltywwn
MUIC DATE: 17 JAN 03
EVALUATED TASK LIST
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r INDIVIDUAL TASKS TASK NUMBER
Protect yourself using your assigned mo,k 031-503-1035
Mointain your assigned mask 031-503-1036
React to chemical or biological hazard/attack 031-503-1019
Protect yoursclf with MOPP 031-503-1015
Dcle01 chemical agents using M8 or M9 paper 031-503-1037
Perform NM aid to a nerve agent injury 081-8314044
Decontaminate using decon kits 031-503-1013
Evaluates casualty 081431-1000
Prevent shock 081431-1005
Give first aid for bums 081431-1007
Perform first aid for cold injuries 081-831-1045
Perform first aid for heat injories 081431-1008
Put on a field or pressure dressing 081431-1016
Put on a tourniquet 081-831-1017
Apply o drcssing to an open abdominal wound 081431-1025
Apply a dressing to an cpcn chest wound 081-831-1026
Apply° dressing 10 an open head wound 081-831-1033
Splint a suspected fracture 081-831-1034
Perform mouth-to-mouth resuscilotion 081-831-1072

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DOD-046247

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EVALUATED TASK LIST EVALUATED TASK LIST
COLLECTIVE TASKS
Supervise Route Reconnaissance and Surveillance
Supervise Convoy Security

Direct Respon.se FOrCC OpCrati0115
Supervise MP Response to Base/Base Cluster Defense

Prepare for Chemical Attack
Respond to Chemical Attack
Supervise Security of a Critical Site
Supervise EPW Holding Arca
Cross a Chemically Contaminated Area
Secure and Defend Unit Position
Supervise EPW/CI Collecting. Processing and Evaluation
Coordinate Intelligence Collecting and Reporting
Supervise Area Reconnaissance Operations
Supervise Cordon and Search Operations
Direct a Delay
Supervise a Batde Handover to a Tactical Combat Force
TASK NUMBER
19-2-11002
19-2-20004
19-2-22001
19-2-22002
3-3-C202
3-3-C203
19-2-22004
19-2-31003
3-3-C226
07-2-C314
19-2-31004
19-2-52001
19-2-20002
19-2-22006
19-2-22007
19-2-2200S
TECHNICAL TASKS
Traveling Ovenvatch
Bounding Ovenvatch
ReaM to Indirect Fire
ReaM to an Ambush
Dismount and Place MIC19 into Action
Assemble and Erect 00E-254/GRC Antenna System
Movement and Mobility Support Actions
Area Security Operations
Police Intelligence Operations
Law and Order Operations
Internment Resettlement Operations
TASK NUMBER
ARTEP 19-100-10-DRILL ARTEP 19-100-10-DRILL ARTEP 19-100-10-DRILL ARTEP 19-100-10-DRILL ARTEP 19-100-10-DRILL ARTEP 19-100-10-DRILL ARTEP 19-3-313-30 ARTEP 19-3-313-30 ARTEP 19-3-313-30 ARTEP 19-3-313-30 ARTEP 19-3-313-30
CASEVAC PLAN
REAL WORLD EMERGENCY
-Call Range Control at (719) 526-2292/5698 -Primary Frequency 38.80 MHz -Altemate Frequency 39.60 MHz -Provide the following information after person has beep evacuated:

Name(s) of injured person(s)


Rank


Social Security Number


Weapons and ammunition data, if involved

TRAINING CASUALTY EVAC
-1AW UNIT SOP -OC/T WILL ASSESS CASUALTY /AW ROE
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OPERATING OUT OF BASE RED DEVIL


CONDUCT FULL SPECTRUM OF MP MISSIONS (MMSO, ASO, IRO, L&O, PIO)

CONTINUOUS 24-HOUR OPERATIONS

CDR ESTABLISHES ROUTINE TO FACILITATE 24-HOUR COVEFtAGE


FRAGO TEMPO CONTROLS OPTEMPO

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EXERCISE ENTIRE COMPANY

C2 AND OPERATIONS


FOUR LINE PLATOONS


SUPPLY


FOOD SERVICE


PAC


MAINTENANCE


MEDICAL

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LESSONS LEARNED

Communications: Need SINCGARS and 0E-254 radio antenna's for retrans


Better communication with OPFOR

Prepared by: SFAX*
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DOD-046251

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
HEADQUARTERS, 2ND BN, 290TH REGT, 4TH BDE, 75TH DIV (EX)
2101 NORTHEAST 36TH STREET
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 73111-0000

AFRC-TTC-4B-2/290 22 February 2003
MEMORANDUM THRU
Mobilization Assistance Team, 56408, Fort Hood, TX, 76544-5000
Mobilization Unit In-Processing Center (MUIC), Bldg. 3506, Ft. Hood TX 76544-5000
FOR COMMANDER, Fort Hood, Garrison, 1234 Street, BLDG 1123
Fort Hood, Texas 76544

SUBJECT: 302 nd Military Police Company (VVVJ5AA) Validation
1.
PURPOSE: To provide validation assessment on the mobilization status and training
proficiency of the 302 nd Military Police Company in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.

2.
GENERAL: Over the FY 2002, the 302' d Military Police Company executed their Annual Training at Ft. Irwin, California and the National Training Center. They provided Military Police Support to the combatant commander for the mission. The unit established company operations and dispersed the platoons into platoons areas of responsibility. The company executed military missions across a broad spectrum of MP doctrinal support missions. The unit executed all of their METL tasks during this exercise. During the present FY, the unit has executed an externally evaluated Military Police Stakes that included over 20 military police individual, team and squad level tasks.

3.
The 302nd Military Police Company has executed the following training:

A. The 302 nd Military Police Company conducted In-Processing and Activation operations from 14 January to 24 January 2003. This process included the following:
a.
Legal

b.
Finance

c.
Medical

d.
Dental

e.
Shots

f.
Identification Tags and Card

g.
Personal Records

B.
The 302nd Military Police Company conducted Common Task Training and Testing from 20 January 2003 to 03 February 2003. This training and testing included:

a.
Protect yourself from Chemical/Biological Contamination using your assigned Protective Mask (031-503-1035)

b.
Maintain your assigned Protective Mask (031-503-1036)

c.
React to a Chemical or Biological Hazard / Attack (031-503-1019)

d.
Protect yourself from NBC Injury/Contamination with MOPP Gear (031-503-1015)

e.
Identify Chemical Agents using M8 Detector Paper (031-503-1014)

f.
Protect yourself from NBC Injury/Contamination when Drinking from your Canteen While wearing your Protective Mask (031-503-1006)

g.
Administer First Aid to a Nerve Agent Casualty (Buddy Aid) (081-831-1030)

h.
Administer Nerve,Agent Antidote to Self (Self Aid) (081-831-1031)

i.
Decontaminate Yourself and Individual Equipment using Chemical Decontamination Kits (031-503-1013)

k.
Prevent Shock (081-831-1005)

I.
Give First Aid For Burns (081-831-1007)

m.
Perform First Aid for Heat Injuries (081-831-1008)

n.
Put on a Tourniquet (081-831-1017)

o.
Apply a dressing to an Abdominal VVound (081-831-1025)

p.
Apply a dressing to an Open Chest Wound (081-831-1026)

q.
Apply a dressing to an Open Head Wound (081-831-1033)

r.
Splint a Suspected Fracture (081-831-1034)

s.
Evaluate a Casualty (081-831-1000)

t.
Put on a Field or Pressure Dressing (081-831-1016)

u.
Prevent Heat Injury

v.
Prevent Cold Weather Injury

C.
The 302nd Military Police Company conducted Force Protection Training and Evaluation from 03 to 13 February 2003. This training and evaluation included:

a.
Conduct a Defense (07-2-1045)

b.
Employ and Obstacle (07-2-1369)

c.
Take Action on Contact (07-2-1468)

d.
Establish OlDservation Post (07-2-2027)

e.
Report Tactical Information (07-2-2070)

f.
Conduct Overwatch and or Support by Fire (07-2-3000)

g.
Conduct Troop Leading Procedures (07-2-5081)

h.
Prepare for a Chemical Attack (07-2-6117)

i.
React to a Chemical Attack (07-2-6117)

j.
Conduct aSecurity Patrol (07-3-1153)

k.
Take Action on Contact (07-3-1432)

I.
Conduct Response Force Operations (19-3-22001)

m.
React to a Sniper

n.
React to Indirect Fire

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D. The 302 Military Police Company conducte Combat Support and Combat Service Support and Logistical training from 14 January 2003 to 20 February 2003. The training included:

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a.
Conduct Class I Support Operations

b.
Conduct Class III Support Operations

c.
Conduct Class V Support Operations

d.
ULLS S-4

e.
ULLS G

f.
Maintain Unit Logistics

g.
Request, Receive and Turn-in Supplies

h.
Inventory Procedures

i.
Sensitive Items Inventory

j.
Accountability of Class VIII Supplies

E.
The 302nd Military Police Company conducted individual and crew serve weapons preliminary marksmanship instruction and qualification on the following weapons:

a.
PM! and Qualification: M9 Pistol

b.
PMI and Qualification: M16A2 Rifle

c.
PMI and Qualification: M203 Grenade Launcher

d.
PMI and Qualification: M249 Machine Gun

e.
PMI and Qualification: MK 19 Grenade Machine Gun

F.
The 302nd Military Police Company conducted Individual Required Training (IRT) on the following tasks:

a.
Use of Force (ROE/RUF)

b.
Force Protection

c.
Threat Assessment

d.
HAZMAT

e.
In Country Brief

f.
SAEDA

g.
Biological Protection Brief

h.
Media Awareness Brief

i.
Law of War

G.
The 302nd Military Police Company conducted TOC and Headquarters Platoon Training from 14 January to 17 February 2003. The following tasks were trained:

a.
Battle Tracking

b.
NBC Tracking and Reporting

c.
Operating a Secure Net

d.
Compiling and reporting Tactical Information

e.
Prepare and Update and Overlay

f.
Mission Analysis / Mission Allocation

g.
Coordination with Rear Area Operations Center

H.
The 302"I Military Police Company conducted collective training from 01 to 20 February 2003. The following tasks with their associated subtasks were trained and evaluated:

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a.
Conduct Deployment Operations

b.
Conduct Area / Zone Reconnaissance

c.
Conduct Response Force Operations

d.
Conduct Security of a Critical Site

e.
Conduct Convoy Security

f.
Conduct Route Reconnaissance and Surveillance

g.
Establish an EPW Holding Area

h.
Conduct Law Enforcement Operations

i.
Prepare for and React to an NBC Attack

4.
CURRENT ASSESSMENT: Unit has completed mandated / suggested training in order to meet mission requirements. Unit is prepared to deploy and achieve mission success in their current theater of assignment in accordance with the assigned mission.

5.
Questions d concerns can be directed to the undersigned at (405) 4211111P or __usarc-emh2.army.mil.

Enclosures

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CENTCOM TSR PT, MP Training Tracking Sheets 4/75 Unit Assistor Training Sign-ln Sheets Weapons Qualifications
o01046 0 0
DOD-046255
2BCT DETAINEE AND EPW TRAINING PACKAGE
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AGENDA
I. DEFINITION OF A DETAINEE & EPW
II. GENERAL OVERVIEVV OF GENEVA CONVENTION WITH
RESPECT TO PRISONERS OF WAR

III. COMMAND POLICIES ON TREATMENT AND
QUESTIONING OF DETAINEES

IV.
RULES OF ENGAGEMENT FOR DETENTION FACILITIES

V.
TRAINING VIGNETTES

DEFINITIONS
DETAINEE VS. EPW
ALL PERSONS UNDER THE CONTROL OF U.S. FORCES ARE CONSIDERED DETAINEES.
AT THE POINT OF CAPTURE IT IS TOO DIFFICULT TO DETERMINE WHETHER A PERSON IS AN EPW, SECURITY INTERNEE, CIVILIAN, CRIMINAL DETAINEE, ETC.
). TO AVOID CONFUSION AND LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF ARBITARTILY CLASSIFYING INDIVIDUALS, WE REFER TO THENI AS DETAINEES AND TREAT THEM AS EPWS.
1st -170-
2BCT DETAINEE AND EPW
*
TRAINING PACKAGE
AGENDA
I. DEFINITION OF A DETAINEE & EPW
II. GENERAL OVERVIEW OF GENEVA CONVENTION WITH
RESPECT TO PRISONERS OF WAR

III. COMMAND POLICIES ON TREATMENT AND
QUESTIONING OF DETAINEES

IV.
RULES OF ENGAGEMENT FOR DETENTION FACILITIES

V.
TRAINING VIGNETTES

*
2BCT DETAINEE AND EPW
TRAINING PACKAGE
AGENDA
I. DEFINITION OF A DETAINEE & EPW
II. GENERAL OVERVIEW OF GENEVA CONVENTION WITH
RESPECT TO PRISONERS OF WAR

III. COMMAND POLICIES ON TREATMENT AND
QUESTIONING OF DETAINEES

IV.
RULES OF ENGAGEMENT FOR DETENTION FACILITIES

V.
TRAINING VIGNETTES

001047
DOD-046256
* *
..1Aett.
GENEVA CONVENTIONS- GENEVA CONVENTIONS—
BASIC RULES BASIC RULES
X. THE GENEVA CONVENTIONS REQUIRE PROPER TREATMENT OF ALL : WHAT ARE THE GENEVA CONVENTIONS?
DETAINEES:
HOW DO THEY RELATE TO THE LAW OF WAR (LAW OF ARMED
ALL DETAINEES ARE TREATED AS PRISONERS OF WAR. PRISONERS OF CONFLICT)?
WAR HAVE SPECIFIC PROTECTIONS DESIGNED TO PROTECT
UNNECESSARY SUFFERING AND TO PROTECT OUR OWN SOLDIERS IN THE EVENT OF CAPTURE. HOW DOES GPW RELATE TO THE CODE OF CONDUCT?
Humane Treatment WHY DO WE COMPLY WITH THESE RULES?
No Medical Experiments
Protect EPWs from Violence, Intimidations and Public Curiosity Protects our soldiers
Equality of Treatment Provide Medical Care Encourages the enemy to surrender
Respect for Persons with Special Needs (disabled, elderly. women and children) Prevents enemy propaganda exploitabon
No humiliation or reprisal (pictures only for intelligence purposes)

4411' GENEVA CONVENTIONS-BASIC RULES
SPECIFIC RESTRICTIONS:
INTERROGATION, CAMP DISCIPLINE AND CAMP LABOR:
TI-ITs can ask EPWs anything, so long as no torture. threats or coercion is used.
EPWs are only required to provide their first and last name. their rank, date of birth and their service number (SSN).
IAD Policy prohibits the use of EPWs to perform labor, except to conduct police calls of their own AO.
Camp Discipline for breaches of Camp Policy is limited to isolation or reasonable control measures to maintain order.
BOTTOM LINE: BCT AND BN HOLDING AREAS ARE TEMPORARY AND
ARE DESIGNED TO CARE FOR EPWS AND TO OBTAIN INFORMATION
FOR A SHORT TIME UNTIL THEY ARE TRANSFERRED TO A
PERMANENT FACILITY OR UNTIL THEY ARE RELEASED.
2BCT DETAINEE AND EPW TRAINING PACKAGE
* *

AGENDA
I. DEFINITION OF A DETAINEE & EPW
II. GENERAL OVERVIEW OF GENEVA CONVENTION WITH
RESPECT TO PRISONERS OF WAR

(II. COMMAND POLICIES ON TREATMENT AND
QUESTIONING OF DETAINEES

IV.
RULES OF ENGAGEMENT FOR DETENTION FACILITIES

V.
TRAINING VIGNETTES

001048

DOD-046257

*
TREATMENT OF DETAINEES-
ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE

/N ADDITION TO THE 2BCT COMMANDER'S INTERROGATION POLICY THE FOLLOWING SPECIFIC GUIDANCE IS EMPHASIZED:
ANY INTERROGATION TECHNIQUES CONSIDERED ABUSIVE IN ANY WAY ARE NOT AUTHORIZED, THIS INCLUDES SLEEP DEPRIVATION AND STRESS POSITIONS. DO NOT HAVE DETAINEES STAND ON SANDBAGS. DO NOT MAKE DETAINEES STAY AWAKE AS A CI TACTIC. DO NOT FORCE DETAINEES TO DO PT. 1AD FRAGO 72A.
7- A VIOLATION OF THE GENEVA CONVENTIONS CAN HAVE
INTERNATIONAL RAMIFICATIONS:

NOT ONLY YOU, BUT THE UNITED STATES CAN BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR GRAVE BREACHES OF THE PROTECTIONS AFFORDED TO EPWS. FOR LESSER CRIMES, THERE ARE A VARIETY OF LAWS AND POLICIES THAT MAY GOVERN.
Aist
1 10. 2BCT DETAINEE AND EPW
TRAINING PACKAGE

AGENDA
I. DEFINITION OF A DETAINEE & EPW
II. GENERAL OVERVIEW OF GENEVA CONVENTION WITH
RESPECT TO PRISONERS OF WAR

COMMAND POLICIES ON TREATMENT AND
QUESTIONING OF DETAINEES

IV.
RULES OF ENGAGEMENT FOR DETENTION FACILITIES

V.
TRAINING VIGNETTES

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REMINDER ON TREATMENT OF DETAINEES
)- 1AD GENERAL ORDER: FRAGO 383A/98A
THE MALTREATMENT OR ABUSE OF ANY IRAQI CIVILIAN OR DETAINEE IS PROHIBITED BY THE 1AD COMMANDER. A VIOLATION OF THIS ORDER IS PUNISHABLE UNDER ARTICLE 92 OF THE UCM.J. ASSAULT OF A DETAINEE IS ALSO PUNISHABLE UNDER ARTICLE 128.
7- THE UCMJ ALSO PROHIBITS THE DESTRUCTION OR FAILURE TO TURN• IN CAPTURED PROPERTY OF THE ENEMY OR DETAINEES:
ARTICLE 103 PROHIBITS THE WRONGFUL DISPOSAL, SALE OR USE OF CAPTURED PROPERTY AS WELL LOOTING OR PILLAGING, THE MAXIMUM PUNISHMENT UNDER THIS ARTICLE IS LIFE IMPRISONMENT,
NOTE: General orderer A also prohibits looting, pillaging or the taking of enemy or civilian property without express authorization of a Comm ander and orgy for milllary necessity.
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DETENTION FACILITY ROE
THE FOLLOWING RULES OF ENGAGEMENT APPLIES TO RIOTING PRISONERS; PREVENTING ESCAPE AND THE PROTECTION OF DESIGNATED PERSONNEL:
D DEADLY FORCE W ILL NOT BE USED ON ESC APING DETAINEES EXCEPT AS A LAST
RESORT WHEN THERE ARE NO OTHER MEANS OF AVAILABLE TO APPREHEND
DETAINEE.
D GRADUATED RESPONSES SHOULD SE USED W HEN SITUATION PERMITS]

SHOUT. VERSAL WARN/NOS TO HALTOTOP IN NATIVE LANGUAGE


sHOVE- PHTSICAL RESTRAIN. BLOCK ACCESS. OR DETAIN


SHOW- SHOW YOUR WEAPON AND DEMONSTRATE 1NENT TO USE IT


SHOOT. SHOOT WARNING SHOT(S) (I F APpROPRIATEI


SHOOT. TO REMOVE THE THREAT OF DEATH/SERIOUS BOOILY INJURY

NECESSARY AND PROPOR TIONAL FORCE. UP TO AND INCLUDING DEADLY FORCE IS
ALWAYS AUTHORIZED IN SELF.DEFENSE OF CO ALITION F ORCES, 10IF FRAGO 741]
Designated perscrinst Include. but are not Rohm, la Innocent civilities. enemy prisceers or war. all Wean
cenvactera. coalition forces, personnel Imo, US and canton gooemment agencies. detainees from armee
committed by another detelnee trtat ere likely to cause dotal, or serious bodily lune
001049
DOD-046258

2BCT DETAINEE AND EPW TRAINING PACKAGE
AGENDA
DEFINITION OF A DETAINEE & EPW
II. GENERAL OVERVIEW OF GENEVA CONVENTION WITH
RESPECT TO PRISONERS OF WAR

III. COMMAND POLICIES ON TREATMENT AND
QUESTIONING OF DETAINEES

IV.
RULES OF ENGAGEMENT FOR DETENTION FACILITIES

V.
TRAINING VIGNETTES

*
*44'
EPW/DETAINEE HANDLING
APPLY FIVE (5) S's:
1.
Search: (For weapons, intelligence)

2.
Silence: (Discourages coordinated escape)

3.
Segregate: (Separate male/female, military/civilian)

4.
Safeguard: (Move personnel out of harm's way)

5.
Speed to the rear: (Allow more advanced facility to carry the burden of EPWs)

TAG, TAG all personnel with DTG, capturing unit, location, circumstances, weapons, evidence obtained
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*
TRAINING VIGNETTES
PRINCIPLES TO REMEMBER
1.
GENERAL PROTECTIONS REQUIRED UNDER THE GENEVA CONVENTIONS (GPW)

2.
SPECIFIC COMMAND POLICIES AND GENERAL ORDERS

3.
ARMY DOCTRINE: THE 5 S's (AR 190-8, FM 27-10)

4.
RULES OF ENGAGEMENT

5.
COMMON SENSE = THE MISSION

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VIGNETTE # 1
While on cordon and search, your platoon spots two
Iraqis carrying AK 47's. One of them lifts his weapon
and gets one round off before a member of your squad
shoots and kills him. The other Iraqi begins to flee, but
eventually stops, throws his weapon down and places
his hands in the air to indicate surrender. You learn
that one of the members of your platoon was struck in
the leg by the enemy round? How do you handle the
Iraqi that appears to be surrendering?
001050
DOD-046259

litst ^rf"
RESPONSE # 1
-Approach the Iraqi with his hands the air with caution and treat as an EPW. Remember deadly force is only authorized if they continue to pose a threat. Enemy that indicates surrender is not a legitimate target until demonstrates a contrary intent.
-Apply the 5 S's. Use the minimum force necessary to gain control over the prisoner by ensuring that he has no other weapons. Place him in zip-ties or handcuffs.
-Ensure that the detainee is properly tagged (CPA Form), that swom statements detailing his capture or provided and that any items taken from the detainee are noted on a DA Form 4137.
-Render medical attention as necessary. Treat remains of deceased Iraqis in accordance with 1AD FRAGO 62A.
RESPONSE # 2
-The detainee does not pose a physical threat to you, but is creating a disturbance in your facility. Ensure you follow facility SOP for security and request assistance from your NCOIC, OIC and an interpreter.
-Use the minimum amount of force to necessary to eliminate the disturbance. If practical, isdate the detainee.
-If he persists ccnsider restraining. Do not gag the detainee unless you are certain he has no medical ailments, Monitor the other detainees closely and provide continuous sitreps if the disturbance persists.
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VIGNETTE # 2
Back at your Battalion Holding Facility, you are responsible for pulling security on detainees. One of the detainees continues to yell and scream and refuses to remain quiet as instructed. The other detainees are annoyed and begin to complain by banging and kicking their cells. How should you deal with this situation?
VIGNETTE # 3
You have a large number of detainees in your temporary holding facility. Several detainees begin to complain that they need water to wash up and that they wish to use the latrine. You major concern is that more detainees are requesting to wash up and use the latrine than you have to ensure proper security. How should you deal with the situation?
001051
DOD-046260

Inet
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RESPONSE # 3
-Your facility should have schedule posted in Arabic to inform the detainees when they can expect to eat, bathe and use the latrine.
-Depending on the circumstances, you facility may have to vary these times. Use your SOP.
-Prioritize according to the needs of the detainees with particular attention to the needs of women, children, the elderly any detainees that may have a disability. Those who need to use the latrine take precedence over those that wish to wash up.
-Always provide medical attention when necessary
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RESPONSE # 4
-Call for medical treatment for the detainee before in-processing any of the other detainees
-According to the Geneva Conventions, EPWs are given medical care in accordance with normal triage procedures. Based on the severity of the injury, this detainee should receive treatment as soon as possible.
-Secure the remainder of the detainees before completing your in-processing procedures, until a medic or surgeon arrives to assist.
-Note: If you suspect any abuse of detainees has occurred, report this immediately to the 2BCT Battle Captain
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VIGNETTE # 4
You are on guard shift at your holding facility, a 5-ton
pulls up with new detainees for in-processing. You
notice that one of the detainees is barely able to walk
and appears to be in severe pain. In fact, his right leg
appears to be broken. you review his CPA
Apprehension Form and the sworn statements and
learn that this detainee attacked another soldier in your
Battalion and was injured as a necessary use of force
in self-defense. What should you do?
VIGNETTE # 5
Same situation as before, except now it is 0330 and
you are well into your guard shift at the facility. At
0315, you conducted your last walk-by to check on the
status of each detainee. All seemed secure and
asleep. -Though it is late, you are alert and hear a
•poise coming from inside the facility towards one of the
rear detainee cells. As you step through the salley-

. port, you see that one of the detainees is attempting to escape. He has taken his shirt off and is using in attempt to minimize his injuries has attempts to scale the concertina wire. What do you do?
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001052
DOD-046261

kowt RESPONSE # 5
-Follow your Facility SOP for handling escape attempts. Notify QRF to cordon off the facility and prevent the detainee from leaving the immediate area.
-Use the minimum force necessary to recapture the detainee. Remember deadly force may only be used as a last resort. If there is a way to regain control of the detainee without resorting to deadly force, use it.
-Ensure that the remaining detainees are secured. Once recaptured apply the procedure for securing detainees and immediately provide a sitrep to higher.
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Quicky Vignettes
1.A. Detainee encouraged other detainees not to talk to
interrogators. Can I put him in solitary confinement?

1.B. Detainee threatened to harm other detainees if they
spoke with interrogators. Can I put her in solitary
confinement?

2.
Detainee keeps telling me that one of the US soldiers who detained him stole $500 USD from him. What should I do?

3.
Detainee, who is always causing trouble, demands a copy of the Koran. Must I give him one?

4.
Detainee refuses to bathe. Can I force him to bathe?

Quicky Vignettes
5. Detainee facility grounds are covered with standing water. Can I FINAL THOUGHTS: force detainees to squeegee the water off the concrete so they have a place to stand outside? 1. Handling Detainees is one of the most difficult
missions in 01F.
6.
Detainee complains of stomach pains, but I think she is just

trying to avoid interrogation. What should I do? 2. Nothing good can come of mistreating people under your control.

7.
2BCT delivered a detainee here without any shoes. What

should I do? 3. Do not jeopardize a year of heroism for five minutes of frustration.
8.
1BCT is attempting to deliver a detainee here without 2 Sworn Statements. What should I do?

9.
Unarmed detainee is running out the front gate of the 1AD DIF (located at old DCT HQ). What should do? QUESTIONS??

10 After 15 minute exercise break, detainee refuses to follow my order to get back in his cell. What should I do?
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001053
DOD-046262

Preserving Evidence
Upon Detaining Civilians
in Iraq

reOVVLIJel (fluiuieu fueeepueW) xeuuv 01 X!P0000V
Outline

Current Situation


Bases for Detention and Release


Review by Magistrate for Continued Detention


Types of Evidence Considered by Magistrate


Coalition Provision Authority Forces Apprehension Form


Evidence/Property Custody Form


Sworn Statements


Groundrules for Transfer of Detainees


Additional Guidance Re Gray List Detainees

2
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;tz.4;-,f•
Situation
. More than 900 detainees currently being held at the Corps Holding Area . Hundreds of others being detained in holding areas
within MSC zones
Most Iraqi criminal courts not currently operational.
Coalition forces are holding all detainees until either

release, or establishment of Iraqi court system and transfer to that system. Some detainees are being released because inforrnation known to soldiers in the capturing unit is not preserved and delivered to detention facilities.
060645L May 03 3
Bases for Detention and Release
• Under ROE and V Corps FRAGOs, proper bases for initial detention include Looting (theft/destruction of property) More serious common crimes (murder, rape, assault, arson, etc.) Offenses against coalition forces (e.g. hostile acts, heavy weapons possession, interference with mission), and
Possession of inforrnation valuable to the
coalition's mission

• Release is IAW V Corps FRAGO 006M to V CorpsOPORD 0303-343: Release is automatic after 21 days unless /a review of their detention has occurred and
/continued confinement is deemed necessaryby a military magistrate
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001054
DOD-046263

1.,:' -41441.1TS%N "
Standard for Continued
Detention Beyond 21 Days

Military magistrate deems continued
confinement necessary if:

probable caue that a crime has been committed or was about to be committed by, or with the aid of the detainee, or
the detainee is interfering with, or
is believed to possess information important to coalition mission accomplMhrr.
, , '''''MTA.C'D'Y 'r-, 5
Existing Guidance For Preserving Evidence

Commanders will ensure capturing units provide complete Information
when turning in civilian Internees, EPWs, or other detainees. At a
minimum, provide the 5 Ws:


Who


What


VVhen


Where


Why

as well as circumstances surrounding the capture.
Information such as
a names of witnesses,
• contact numbers/addresses,
4, location of evidence, etc.

will help in determining whether or not to release a CUOD.
• For especially serious cases, commanders may use military police assets to systematically capture data and evidence.
rps Frago 93M, 6 May 03 7
Types of Evidence Considered by Magistrate

Statements of Witnesses (preferably

eyewitnesses) to Offense
"Testimonial Evidence"


Things connected to Offense (e.g.,

weapons, documents)
"Physical Evidence"


Accurate sketches, photographs of scene "Demonstrative Evidence"

6
Existing Guidance For Pre mg Evidence
• Commanders will ensure capturing u mplete information
when tuming in civilian internees, r detainees. At a
minimum, provide the 5 Ws:

. ¦

Who


VVhat

. When
% tFoss 44 c".
• Where
. Why * *$ •k
u rroLittAft:6 •
as well as ci ng., p # , Itt,
• inform
• # k, ‘S to*
witnesses,. A1/4,_
.9
numbers/addresses, ° # 4
...As 0
• ion of evidence, etc..
will help in determining whether or not to relattagO.
• For especially serious cases, commanders may & military police assets
to systematically capture data and evidence. Corps Frago 93M, 6 May 03 8
001055
DOD-046264

Form Instructions and Sample Completed Form
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- Sr. Nam. 61.16 Chen Name: Fest Nome:Fatirnah G n Nome;
NerGol. ScerafrottcconDokenDiss: Searstraiwasnlabormitios:

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OM 1308 Owe: EMobile ...: DM COB DrkoY: DN.. Sumi OF 04/09/78 ONagolor Shia OF 06/03/65 ZRaguno
LIND.. EgOr. con. Delhor(seocify) OP.sacrt 00r. come EON. (sosoIN)
Gocurymt On.9078588 IrkPernore PI: 7878884 Taal Monbor or Peso. orchod 4_Nst nernesh.re Dina Wean ...me L6.6,,e6¦ 6631.0066,,r66,691

Detainee number is assigned by the MSC headquarters. This detainee is the 255" apprehended by ls' Armored Division in the month of July 03.


Fill in all identifying inforrnation available.


The "Key Connected Person" is the one other Iraqi person a judge could talk to in Order to establish what happened. Fill in all identifying information for that person too. 13

Form Instructions and Sample Completed Form
EIPropody/CeOrrelsend EiWaapan lalloto Taken or S.pect with WooporuCantroband: YeeC)
Ty.: AuTo Matt Rif e !Ma: AK-47 ColedColitar. 7.62mm So. No.: 1357007 Onantay: 1 It..:Kalashnlkoo Rseinl PITA. to Ownor Toc-Nol Mar Data.: 3 notches In arpels 'Where FoundiRed Karn. 0..T. emk

Weapons are crucial evidence that must be identified and then
separately marked and backhauled.


If time and circumstances perrnit, a separate Property/Custody
document will be filled out pertaining to seized weapons.

Form Instructions and Sample Completed Form
nV.Iele VeNde Gum.- 1 el I veNcleb)
IGnmerGhaleb Kubba
kloke: Kam. GoDe Red vec X.IGE19866513733b7G1939130214

Modal: 4326 7 • Truck Piele No •.122008 I..rnber ol People in VeNcle• 1
Veer 1982 Names ci Poop. m Veache 6haleb Kubbo
GoaretandrAaanare In Vebeic AK-47

Vehicles can provide important evidence.


Fill in all identifying inforrnation available.

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Form Instructions and Sample Completed Form
Name of AosIsOng hieroNer . Email; Ptpre, Or Canlael PIO:
-Inahld 'al Halaf • 4228616
..'"'9''''''''''" &halal-Y. 56T Jack S. '""7,`""" 5.99. 1LT Phillip E.
IA., ecr
..3 ,,cc.c.. IL...Leal. NI

1.esIsc lasL Role, Rat. NI
Sienolure: SNAsture: '°6'SP.gr.g9
Emoin iaely.sehmatze..army.mll Gm.: phillIp.reggeue.anny.smIl.mll -Unit Intone: 551-0552 Dale: • 07/ 30 /03 Unit Prone: 551-0516 Date: 07/ 30 / 03
Identify the interpreter, if any, who assisted in collecting information.
Ensure contact information is captured.


The one soldier who was most involved in taking the person into custody prints his name and contact information on the lower left of the CPA Forces Apprehension Form and signs.


The first commissioned officer in the detaining soldier's chain of command prints his name and contact information on the lower right of the CPA Forces Apprehension Forrn and signs.

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001057
DOD-046266

Form Instructions and Sample Completed Form 0 Z.)COAUTION PROVISIONAL AUTHORITY FORCES APPREHENSION FORM
Wh/.. this Prmandaa.d7At prow 792150 Tul la PI t rondnrtirg tr in 7 1
SST Schmalz h.rd a weman yell.° and uoon turnina the corner saw the woman eolntina to o
nePhboring building, He then saw D runnlw fram the build'. corrdrg what looked like
electrical wiring and light fixteres. PfC Schmalz and crew of his MI114 chased D. who r. to
a red truck. reached In. and then fired a Ns. of 5-8 rounds from a rifle he pulled out.

Who ,itnesseellNs person bang detained .1. reason for detention? Oho names. contact numbers...mesas.
The woman who yelled to SGT Schwan was Fatimah Noor Rezak who had seen D break the
door and then rip out the Ilpht flan... and all elecirl.1 wiring front the neighboHng house.
wNch was empty at the time. R.ok's No minor children. Anwar Abdul 11.ak (113) and Armed
AP Rezak (16) also witnessed part of Vs activities In the neighboring house. In addition to the
thr. members of the Rezak family. thr. ether .Idiers who were with 56T Schmatz saw parts
of fhe chose and apprehens on of O. these were PI-C Jason K. Bull, SPC Harvey L. WrIkshire.
and Pad Hcrman L. *WIWI, ot the same protoon and corr. information as Mit hamar..

Provide the reason for th. e- detention in a brief narrative.


Ensure that all key witnesses are identified.

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Form Instructions and Sample Completed Form
Haw.. this Pers. howling (cm. Ws. on .07 By foot. He appears to how orrived in the area bY vehicle.
with 1.5 Pone, No one. He appears ta have been acting on his own.

In the sample case, the individual detained is a lone offender.


When two or more individuals are acting together, it is important to annotate this and to identify other detainees by detainee number.

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Form Instructions and Sample Completed Form
heasors has Ihis person cowing? AK 47. wNch w. fired at coalition fors.. See front. Upea seorch of the vehicle, on RP6 was &Ind. Bath the rlfle ond the RP6 were evacuated to The Corps Holding Area and evidence/custody forms were completed and armotated with detainee rants..
What contand was Ws pars. corryilgt Stolen electrical fixtures and wiHng. Arles were full with a tanale of whws end Hold s.kets. D's capture was mode easier because he cadd not move as quickly with full arms. The property was evacuated with the detainee and tagged with en evidence/custody term and the detainee number.

Any additional weapons, not menfioned on the front should be described on the back side.


Describe other contraband or evidence. Annotate whether Evidence/Property Custody Documents (DA Forms 4137) have been completed and ensure that evidence is linked to the detainee by marking with detainee number.

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Form Instructions and Sample Completed Form
What other weapons were xelipc17 RP6. from vehicle.
What ottnr inbrmaban ad yr. gal km elfor omen, Iktolnee eichned that Ns own house w. looted by the occupant of the home he 11/[47 stealing the wiring from. D claimed that he simply want to get Ns own house running again. D al. claimed that he was not firlrg at cooliti. tr.ps but that he had been fired upon by another Iraqi I^ Platoon could find no evidence to support this
Attend Helpful Wannellon. Fatimah Noor Rezak and her two sons Anwar Abdul ft.ak and Amed
All Rank hod excellent recall of events. They stated that D had torn down the door to the
home next doer to theirs at crowd 2330 and that he proceeded to rip ovt ceiling tiles to pet at
the electHcal wires. They were able ta see his actio. through a broken, uncovered window
directly across the alleyway between houses. The R.ok family Is from thls part of Boghdad
City and has no Intention of relocating.. they should be r.chable as .tnesses for the medium
term. They can identify D by face and by the tato° he has on his left arm. They can also
identify the weapon he carried (It contained 3 notch. on It) and the bandit of wires and
fixDres he removed from the house. Finally. they eon remember the “r he ran to ard the
weapon he retrieved and fired. DA Form 2823 5111 MT Statement was crowded by Fatirnah.

Be sure to describe any likely defenses or extenuation/mitigation the detainee might raise.


If there is no evidence to support such defenses or extenuation/mitigation, say so.

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001058
DOD-046267

DA Form 4137— Evidence/Property Custody Document

Records the seizure of evidence associated with a crime.


Captures date-time of seizure, as well as any transfers in custody.


Ensures that transfers are controlled and recorded.


Standard Army Form; should stay with the evidence until signed for at detention facility evidence room.

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21
Form Instructions and Sample Completed Form
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Transfer to Bn TF Holding Cell Smith. S55 Owen W•
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Benjamin 9j, Tann",
Transfer to Bde ¦••••••••••• ..... Holding Cell Freemyer. 567 Benjamin R
eregyIC 99par ...............—.
77."". Transfer to Cann,
C.PPer E"dence
Roller, SFC Jeremy K. Custodian

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• Record who is in custody of evidence as it is backhauled to the Corps Holding Area, with signatures.
23
Form Instructions and Sample Completed Form
EVIDENCEIPMFER, ClIgrODY DO cumExr Detainee #
1AD-71/L03-0255
8 Co, 2-6 Inf. 1^ Annored Div Baghdad City MB 43844 86940
0.,,,„, Individual with no evidence of Karld. Municipality o Baghdad.isi.,.... town,17,fusdze,apan In Residential Area at above grid location.
,....zhipse.e..
Zone 1.

.............. ,............ ............,.. ................. Serendered by Detainee Shaleb Kubba. Wpn was belrg# IAD-JUL03-0255 near Ns vehicle. a fired at coalition 0010 Fes, 30 314 03. red 1982 Kama. Truck. fa-c“.
.................,..


1 1 Automatic Assault Rifle. 7.62avn. AK-47. serial number 1357007: has three linear notches In wooden stock.
2 I Magasine for AK-47: In well of rifle upon sestet.
3 8 7.62 live ball ammunition rounds. In magazine upon seletre.
4 7 Electrical wires; total of 70 feet (10 feet of wire per bundle).

Use detainee number in upper right hand comer to identify the case
the evidence is connected with.


Use 1 form for all evidence seized.

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DA Form 2823—
Sworn Statement


Records what witnesses, saw, heard, felt, and smelled


Should answer the 6 W's— who, what, when, where, why, and witnesses.


Should answer the question, "did [the detained individual] commit a crime?"

Sworn to be the truth before a
commissioned officer

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0 0105 9
DOD-046268

COALITION PROVISIONAL AUTHORITY FORCES APPREHENSION FORM
YELLOW FIELDS MUST BE FILLED IN, IF APPLICABLE, UPON APPREHENSION
Offense againat Civilian(s) [check One] if'"Other'7 then ciescilbe:
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Offense4gainst.Coahhon
!=lilleg.alkoae:eeeiorrof Weaporr orrCea4iotr:F.,r. r—li!heftHofboalitiongbrce:I'ropp:rty
-
Date,Of Incident: •:(D/M/Y)
etainee-
ast Nam
First arne',

Foi.ces' [check brie
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Time b.fi:thcicient:,:: .
wen, ame
Hair Color: Scars/Tattoos/Deformities:
Eye-Color: Address: Place of Birth. Ethn/Tribe/ Sex: Weight: lb Phone#: Height:

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Key ConrfeCtecl,Persbn:, mot m, Witne's
!:5Last,,Name,7
iVeriNarne:
Hair Color: Scars/Tattoos/Deformities:
in Eye-Color: Weight: lb 'Height: in
Address:
Place of Birth.
Ethn/Tribe/ Sex: Phone#:

Sect: Sect:
DOB D/M/Y: Mobile DOB D/M/Y: Mobile Regular Regular Passport Dr. license Other (specify) Passport Dr. license Other (specify) Document #: Document #:
."i.j.ta.1140:01.O:et.of.P.ersOltialttV.,PIVed 4::(liatriarrietlideritifyinglinfO:ba:re etSel:,UOder,-;!:!'AtICI:itiOnet:H.elpf01:InfOrthatiOnll.:::1
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Color: VI.Ra
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ear Narnes .OfP:eople. Vehiele:-
,:OntrebandOeaPbria,:in,:Vehible;V::: .. I I Property/Contraband Weapon Photo Taken of Suspect with Weapon/Contraband: Yes/ No
Type:
Serial No.: 'Quantity:
Other Details:

ame of As§isting Interioreter:',
'Model: Color/Caliber:
Make: Receipt Provided to Owner: Yes/ No
'Where Found: Owner:
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COALITION PROVISIONAL AUTHORITY FORCES APPREHENSION FORM
-WaS'ithis
Withe'SedAhiS persdifbeing deti'h.edtaftheltedg.6.0.:f6Kdete'lliibfi? teibta'ethUrribe(S.::ladd-reSSe
How was this person traveling (car, bus, on foot)?
Who was with this person?
What other weapons were seized?
What other information did you get from this person?
Additional Helpful lnfornnation:
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Table Of Maximum Period of Pre-Trial Detention for Minor Offenses
Unless earlier tried, released, bound over for trial by competent Iraqi judicial authority, or further detained on, order of a Coalition Forces General Officer commander, civilians detained for the following offenses will be detained no longer than the periods specified:
Offense Maximum Period of Pre-Trial Detention
Curfew Violation 24 Hours Speeding/Other Traffic Violations 24 Hours Discharge of Weapon in City Limits 10 Days Drunk and Disorderly 10 Days Interference with Mission Accomplishment
By Violating Lawful Order of Coalition Soldier in the Performance of Official Duties 14 Days Petty Theft (Theft of Item of Value of $20 or less) 14 Days Simple Assault 14 Days
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Detainee Operations
RrT I PVP:
Every 24 Hours—Detainee Rollup (G2)

Release


Interrogate

-Release *Interrogate

DIF


Abu Gurayb

A
P

Release


Interrogate


DIF


Abu Gurayb

Detainee Operations
Disposition

To Abu Gurayb
Step 1: Magistrate Review (Brigade SJA) Step 2: Spreadsheet input to PM0 Step 3: PMO collates daily rollup for CoS Step 4: CoS submits rollup and recommendations to CG Step 5: CG approves/disapproves
To DIF
Step 1: DIF Recommendation from S2 to G2 and HOC in SIR Step 2: Briefed to CG in ACE morning brief Step 3: CG approves/disapproves
-Division Targets come to DIF within 72 hours of capture-
Release

CJTF7 Approval Required to Release a CJTF7 Target


CG Approval Required to Release a Div Target


Bde Commander can release any others

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*Up to 10 days with PMO approval
*Up to 14 days with CG approval
*Beyond 14 days requires CJTF7 approval
DETAINEE PROCESS
AGENDA

PURPOSE


TYPES OF DETAINEES


DETAINEE FLOW


TIMELINE


DETAINEE/INFORMATION FLOW


HOLDING AREA PURPOSE


HOLDING AREA APPROVAL AUTHORITY


REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION


THE WHY FOR A RHA


VIGNETTES


QUESTIONS

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PURPOSE
• TO INFORM SQUADRON COMMANDERS OF THE TASK, CONDITIONS, AND STANDARDS OF THE DETAINEE SOP.

TYPES OF DETAINEES

• CRIMINAL DETAINEE -SUSPECTED OF HAVING COMMITTED A CRIME
AGAINST IRAQI NATIONALS OR PROPERTY AND NOT RELATED TO COALITION FORCES
• SECURITY DETAINEE
- POSE A THREAT TO THE SECURITY OF COALITION FORCES OR THEIR MISSION
• DETAINEES OF INTEL VALUE
- DETAINEES IDENTIFIED AS HAVING INTELLIGENCE VALUE THAT WARRANTS FURTHER INTERROGATION
2
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DETAINEE FLOW

SQUADRON /
SECURITY/INTEL
IZ ON IZ
DETAINEE
H+8 -RHA
IPF
INTEL ETAINEESECURITY
DETAINEE
H+72 DIF
SECURITY DETAINEE
H+96 ABU GURAYB SQUADRON RESPONSIBILITY

SUBMIT 5W'S TO REGT


INTERROGATE FOR 8 HRS


SUBMIT SIR TO REGT


PREPARE EVIDENCE AND PAPERWORK


CLASSIFY DETAINEE


HAND OVER TO IPF, RHA, OR RELEASE

REGIMENT RESPONSIBILITY

SUBMIT 5W'S TO DIV


INTERROGATE


SUBMIT SIR TO DIV


ENTER INFORMATION INTO ASAS


MAINTAIN EVIDENCE AND PAPERWORK


ASSESS SECURITY /INTEL VALUE


TRANSPORT TO DIF OR ABU GURAYB

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TIMELINE

H+6 H+8 H+24 H+36 H+72
PICK UP SQDN DETAINEE AT REGT FIRST SIR DETAINEE DETAINEE REPORT RHA, ASAS UPDATES DUE AND MUST BE AT 5WS/ DATABASE, SIR DIV THEN THE DIF, CLASSIFY FROM SQDN DUE EVERY 24 ABU DETAINEE TO REGT HOURS GURAYB, OR
AS POPULATED, RELEASED CRIMINAL, INTERROGATION SECURITY, BEGINS
OR INTEL
TIMELINE SUBJECT TO HIGHER INTERVENTION

DETAINEE/ INFORMATION
FLOW

TRANSPORT INTEUSECURITY
SQDN DETAINEE, RHA
EVIDENCE AND
PAPERWORK
CRIMINAL DETAINEE

IPF REGT
TRANSPORT INTEL TRANSPORT
DETAINEE, SECURITY DETAINEE, SIR AND
EVIDENCE AND PAPERWORK ASAS DATABASE
EVIDENCE AND PAPERWORK

501sT MI SIR AND ABU GURAYB
DIF
ASAS DATABASE
(DIV)
INFORMATION TRAIL • DETAINEE TRAIL
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HOLDING AREA
PURPOSE

.. REGIMENTAL HOLDING AREA (RHA)
— ONLY SECURITY/ INTEL DETAINEES GO TO THE RHA WITH APPROVAL FROM REGT; ALL OTHER ARE HANDED OVER TO IPF.
* DIVISION INTERROGATION FACILITY (DIF)
— ONLY DETAINEES WITH INTEL VALUE OR SECURITY DETAINEES WITH INTEL VALUE
•• COALITION INTERROGATION FACILITY (CIF)
— ONLY DA BLACK LIST DETAINEES
•• ABU GURAYB

— SECURITY DETAINEES

HOLDING AREA
APPROVAL AUTHORITY

•• REGIMENTAL HOLDING AREA (RHA)

REGIMENTAL COMMANDER


SQUADRON COMMANDERS MAKE RECOMMENDATION

•• DIVISION INTERROGATION FACILITY (DIF)

DIVISION COMMANDER THRU THE 501sT MI BN, S3


REGIMENTAL COMMANDER MAKES RECOMMENDATION

•• COALITION INTERROGATION FACILITY (CIF)
— C-JTF7 COMMANDER
•• ABU GURAYB

DIVISION COMMANDER THRU THE 501ST MI BN, S3


REGIMENTAL COMMANDER MAKES RECOMMENDATION

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REQUIRED
DOCUMENTATION


REGIMENTAL HOLDING AREA (RHA) SQUADRON SUMMARY INTERROGATION REPORT (SIR) CPA APPREHENSION FORM DA FORM 2823 (SWORN STATEMENT)*2 DA FORM 4137 (EVIDENCE/PROPERTY CUSTODY) -POPULATE ASAS DATABASE -EVIDENCE


DIVISION INTERROGATION FACILITY (DIF) -SUMMARY INTERROGATION REPORT (SIR) -CPA APPREHENSION FORM -DA FORM 2823 (SWORN STATEMENT)*2 -DA FORM 4137 (EVIDENCE/PROPERTY CUSTODY) -EVIDENCE

REQUIRED
DOCUMENTATION

• ABU GURAYB -SUMMARY INTERROGATION REPORT (SIR) -CPA APPREHENSION FORM -DA FORM 2823 (SWORN STATEMENT)*2 -DA FORM 4137 (EVIDENCE/PROPERTY CUSTODY) -EVIDENCE
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001069

THE WHY


ENSURE STANDARDS FOR DETAINEES GOING HIGHER

ARE MET
-PAPERWORK
-EVIDENCE
-SIRS
-ASAS DATABASE


ECONOMY OF FORCE FOR SQUADRONS -GUARD REQUIREMENTS -TRANSPORTATION TO DIF/ABU GURAYB


MALE/ FEMALE FACILITY


MEDICAL SUPPORT ON SITE


DEDICATED INTERROGATION TEAM -97 SERIES SOLDIER PERMANENTLY ON SITE -CAT II LINGUIST PERMANENTLY ON SITE


ACCURATE TRACKING OF DETAINEE HISTORY

VIGNETTES

.IZ IS DRUNK AND SHOOTS AT AND MISSES A
PATROL.
.IZ IS SEEN ON THE SIDE OF THE ROAD WITH
SEVERAL RPG'S.
.IZ IS FOUND WITH FAKE PASSPORTS. .IZ SHOOTS AT ANOTHER IZ AND HITS A SOLDIER.
•VEHICLE IS STOPPED AT AN IZ/US
CHECKPOINT WITH LARGE SUMS OF
COUNTERFEIT DINAR.

001070

QUESTIONS

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001071
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
REGIMENTAL SUPPORT SQUADRON
2D ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT
CAMP MULESKINNER, BAGHDAD, IRAQ (0IF)

AFZX-CS-S2 18 December 03
MEMORANDUM FOR CONCERNED PERSONNEL
Subject: RSS/RHA Detainee Holding Area Guidance
References:
a.
OPORD 03-06 [Procedures for detainees of intelligence interest and criminal detainees]

b.
2 ACR FRAGO 139 [Regimental Holding Area]

c.
ENCLOSURE 1 [Min Standards for Brigade Holding Areas] FRAGO 539A, OPORD 03-215

d.
1 AD PAM 1-201 Command Inspection Checklist [Detainee Holding Facilities] September 2003

1.Regimental Support Squadron (RSS) will maintain the Regimental Detainee Holding Area (RHA). This guidance will assist in the daily operations of the Facility and ensure its compliance with International Humanitarian Law. RHA personnel will treat the detained personnel with dignity and respect and will handle all detainees with the minimum force necessary as required by the situation.
2.
RHA personnel will not assume responsibility for any detainee until such time that all required documentation has been correctly filled out and all personal effects have been inventoried, cataloged, and stored. When appropriate, detainees will be segregated based upon their individual status. Criminal detainees must be segregated from EPWs and internees held for intelligence or security reasons.

3.
A RHA advisory counsel will meet NLT 0800 hrs daily to review the detainee case files to ensure compliance with established procedures and that the detainee is processed and ready to be transferred or released. At a minimum, the counsel will consist of the Squadron S-2, and Assistant Operations Officer, and RHA NCOIC. No detainee will be moved, transferred or released from the RHA without the RSS Squadron Commander's approval.

4.
RHA guard force will maintain a ratio of 5:1 between detainees and guards with a minimum of 2 guards present at all times. The RHA NCOIC will maintain the guard roster and will ensure that it is posted weekly. At no other time will the roster be altered without the approval of the RHA NCOIC. Sections tasked to provide guards will ensure that the RHA NCOIC is notified of planned missions that require the roster to be altered. Sections will not pull guards without ensuring that there is a replacement.

5.
RHA NCOIC will ensure that one guard is on roving duty monitoring the activities of the detainees in their respective cells at all times. This guard will record their initials and time of their check, at a minimum every 30 minutes on the cell inspection form. If available a second guard will be utilized as an outdoor roving guard to ensure secondary perimeter security.

6.
At a minimum, the RHA guard force will:

a.
Treat all detainees with dignity and respect. Detained Foreign Military Officers will be treated as appropriate to their rank.

b.
Handle all detainees with the minimum force necessary as required by the situation. No form of abuse, physical or mental (including the use of abusive language), will be directed at the detainees.

c.
Interior guards will check all cells with detainees constantly. At least once every 30 minutes checks will be recorded on cell logs. Guards coming onto shift will ensure the presence of all detainees and their compliance of established guidelines as brief to them upon their reception at RHA.

d.
If a detainee is unaccounted, at any time g-uards, will IMEDIATELY report the absence to the Shift NCOIC who will in tum notify Camp Muleskinner FPC at DNVT: 587-5027.

e.
Prior to shift change the outgoing Shift NCOIC will conduct a full inspection of the RHA area and conduct a prisoner count with the incoming Shift NCOIC present. Only after inspections are complete and detainees are accounted for will the outgoing NCOIC and Guards be relived of duty.

f.
Guards will read and review all special instructions prior to assuming guard duties in RHA.

g.
Ensure that detainees maintain the cleanliness of their respective holding cell. The guard force is responsible for the cleanliness of the common areas and police call around the RHA. Police call and trash removal will be conducted at the change of shifts. Daily inspections of cells will be conducted to ensure integrity, security, and cleanliness of the cells. Any attempts to weaken the cells will result in the detainee being restrained (zip-tied) and removed from the cell so that repairs / corrections can be made.

h.
Ensure that the detainees are provided meals (MREs) and water throughout their shift. Meals will be given out at 0800, 1200, and 1800 hours daily. Empty water bottles will be filled and given to each detainee upon request. Guards will ensure there is enough potable water on hand to re-fill the bottles as needed.

i.
Maintain and enforce the uniform policy. The uniform for inside the RHA is DCUs, but may be upgraded as the situation dictates. At no time will the guards remove their blouse while on duty. RHA guards will enforce this standard.

j.
While out of the ready room guards will not eat, drink soft drinks, read, vvrite letters, or conduct any other business that may distract them while on duty. Guards will perform their duties IAW FM 22-6 and established procedures. Guards are not permitted to leave the RHA without ensuring that the detainee guard ration is maintained. Guards will be permitted to leave the RHA to use the latrine, however, they are not permitted to go to the barracics/ sleeping areas to wake up the next shift.

k.
Maintain an "Amber" weapon status with magazine in well and the selector switch on safe. Upon shift change, the off going guards will move to the nearest clearing barrel and clear their weapon. Guards will maintain positive control of their weapons while on duty. At no time will the weapon be left unattended or under the control of another guard.

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1. The Stand-by guards will escort detainees being transferred to the DIF or Corps Holding Area. The only exception it this is when all detainees are being transferred the current shift will provide the escort.
7. Upon arrival and while detained the detainees will:
a.
Be interviewed by the RHA NCOIC, CI agent, or Squadron S-2 and screened for medical problems or signs of physical abuse.

b.
Have any rest:raints (hand-cuffs, zip-ties) replaced so that their hands are in front. Zip-ties will be placed so that they secure the detainee's hands, but not to the extent that they pose a medical risk. Restraining devices will be used until the detainee is determined that he/she is no longer a security risk. This determination will be made during the interview with S-2 or CI personnel.

c.
No tallcing until after the completion of the initial interview. If a detainee refiises to adhere to this policy, the RHA guards are authorized to gag them. By taping his / her mouth. The gag will not be placed so that it poses a medical risk. Detainees will be briefed on this policy upon arrival with the assistance of a qualified translator.

d.
Be permitted, after the initial interview, to walk freely around their respective cell. They will not be permitted outside of the cell unless under escort. The only authorized reasons for leaving the cell are to use the latrine, to be moved for questioning, or as directed by the chain of command.

e.
Be permitted, upon completion of the initial interview, to conduct religious activities (pray). If needed, the RHA guards will un-bind the detainee's hands.

8. If any medical issue is identified, the RHA NCOIC will be notified and proper medical treatment will be given. The medics on site will assess the EPW to determine what is needed. If determined that the detainee has to be transferred to the medical treatment facility, RSS, Transportation will be provided with guards to RSS. The medic will stay with the patient as needed to brief the on call PA of symptoms found.
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9. If adequate supplies are available, detainees will be permitted to conduct personal hygiene in the morning under the supervision of the RHA guards.
10.Requests for special privileges, such as smoldng, will be brought to the attention of the RHA NCOIC, Squadron Assistant Operations Officer, S-2, or chain of command for action. The decision will be made based on the
detainee's status and overall demeanor/ level of cooperation.
11.All EPWs that are of 17 years or younger and or female will be put in a separate cell. At no time will a male soldier search a female EPW. A female soldier will be requested if not available to conduct the search in the presence of an NCO and a translator. At no time will this ever be negotiated to save time.
12.While in the RHA, the detainee will be treated within the guideline established under intemational humanitarian law and through military channels. RHA guards are permifted to use the appropriate force, including deadly force, if needed. If force is used, it will be reported and if need, an investigation will be conducted by the command. If determined that excessive force or any form of abuse was used on the detainees, the person or persons can be subject to disciplinary actions under the Uniformed Code of Military Justice.
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
REGIMENTAL SUPPORT SQUADRON
2D ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT
CAMP MULESKINNER, BAGHDAD, IRAQ (0IF)

AFZX-CS-S2 18 December 03
MEMORANDUM FOR CONCERNED PERSONNEL
Subject: RSS/RHA Special Instructions
1.As soldiers and Dragoons, we are expected to maintain our professional standards and individual discipline at all times. Every soldier should execute a high level of initiative, competence, pride and professional excellence in all that we do. Teamwork is the basic building block of RSS and it will take each individual doing a little extra to enable us to accomplish our mission in a professional manner.
2. At a minimum, the RHA guard force will read and review on a daily basis the follow list of special instructions thereby ensuring that they understand their duties as a guard at the RHA.
Basic Duties:
a.
Guards will perform their duties IAW FM 22-6 and established procedures.

b.
Treat all detainees with dignity and respect.

c.
Prisoners shall be separated according to Sex, Rank, Age, Criminal, and intelligence detainees. Detained Foreign Military Officers will be treated as appropriate to their rank

d.
Handle all detainees with the minimum force necessary as required by the situation. No form of abuse, physical or mental (including the use of abusive language), will be directed at the detainees.

e.
All prisoners will be searched upon reception, every two days (if held beyond 72 hours), and upon transfer to another facility. Ensure that the detainee is not retaining any weapons, personal property, food, tobacco products, or hazardous items (i.e. belts, and shoelaces).

f.
RHA guard force will maintain a ratio of 5:1 between detainees and guards with a minimum of 2 guards present at all times. The RHA NCOIC will ensure that guard force is assigned areas of work to include interior, exterior guard, and RTO.

g.
Interior guards will conduct check all cells with detainees constantly. At least once every 30 minutes checks will be recorded on cell logs. Guards coining onto shift will ensure the presence of all detainees and their compliance of established guidelines as brief to them upon their reception at RHA.

h.
Exterior guards will perform roving patrol outside the RHA structure. Securing access to the RHA facility, inspecting the perimeter integrity, and providing presence to discourage escape.

i.
Prior to shift change the outgoing Shift NCOIC will conduct a full inspection of the RHA area and conduct a prisoner count with the incoming Shift NCOIC present. Only after inspections are complete and detainees are accounted for will the outgoing NCOIC and Guards be relived of duty.

j.
If a detainee is unaccounted, at any time guards, will IMEDIATELY report the absence to the Shift NCOIC who will in turn notify Camp Muleskinner FPC at DNVT: 587-5027.

Health and Welfare:
a.
Ensure that detainees maintain the cleanliness of their respective holding cell.

b.
The guard force is responsible for the cleanliness of the common areas and police call around the RHA. Police call and trash removal will be conducted at the change of shifts.

c.
Daily inspections of cells will be conducted to ensure integrity, security, and cleanliness of the cells. Any attempts to weaken the cells will result in the detainee being rest:rained (zip-tied) and removed from the cell so that repairs / corrections can be made.

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d.
Ensure that the detainees are provided meals (MREs) and water throughout their shift. Meals will be given out at 0800, 1200, and 1800 hours daily. Empty water bottles will be filled and given to each detainee upon request. Guards will ensure there is enough potable water on hand to re-fill the botrles as needed.

e.
lf any medical issue is identified, the shift NCOIC will notify the chain of command and proper medical treatment will be given. Medic support will be requested for the RHA IOT determine what level of treatment the EPW requires. If determined that the detainee has to be transferred to the medical treatment facility, RSS, Transportation will be provided withguards to RSS. The medic will stay with the patient as needed to brief the on call PA of symptoms found.

f.
If adequate supplies are available, detainees will be permitted to conduct personal hygiene in the
morning under the supervision of the RHA guards.

Guard Procedures and Policies:
a. Maintain an "Amber" weapon status with magazine in well and the selector switch on safe. Upon shift
o
change, the off going guards will move to the nearest clearing barrel and clear their weapon. Guards
will maintain positive control of their weapons while on duty. At no time will the weapon be left
unattended or under the control of another guard.
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b. Maintain and enforce the uiaiform policy. The uniform for inside the RHA is DCUs, but may be
upgraded as the situation dictates. At no time will the guards remove their blouse while on duty.

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c. Guards will be permitted to leave the RHA to use the latrine, however, they are not permitted to go to the barracks/ sleeping areas to wake up the next shift or to return for anything personal.
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d.
While not on stand-by, (i.e. on interior /exterior guard duty) guards will NOT eat, drink soft drinks, 0 r+ read, write letters, or conduct any other business that may distract them while on duty. Guards are not permitted to leave the RHA without ensuring that the detainee guard ration is maintained.

e.
Personal property / evidence will be inventoried, tagged, and storied by the RHA NCOIC upon receipt of detainee at the RHA. All weapons shall be transferred to the RSS weapons milvan for storage. cn

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DOD-046285

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